Roman Marching Camp Discovered in Scotland
Submitted by Milica on Sun, 2003-09-28 11:20
Press and Journal: The remains of a Roman marching camp as well as Stone Age artifacts dating back 6,000 years have been discovered in Scotland. Construction workers digging at a Kintore housing site have unearthed artifacts dating from 6,000 years old up through Roman times. Finds include a bread oven and evidence of cremation as well as remnants of a Roman marching camp. Archaeologists believe the site is part of a large complex, and further work on the housing project will be delayed until the extent of the archaeological site can be determined.